It was profusely announced in Panama City, that there would be an annual kite festival known as the XII Festival de la Cometa y el Pandero at the Calzada de Amador (Zona Viva) on March 25, 2012 at noon. I was really excited to take pictures of all those multiple colored kites softly dancing over blue skies at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. My new camera was ready to go.
Unfortunately, something happened and the event was cancelled. Instead I accidentally bumped into an amazing collection of antique automobiles you don’t usually see on the streets of Panama City. I’m not really a die-hard zealot of antique cars, but let me tell you, these babies were something else. I was captivated by the sheer beauty of these automobiles of yesteryear. They looked so new, like recently removed from the oven. I’m sure many of you will love these darlings.
Starting today I will post one car per day for several days. It will be the automobile of the day. It’s most probably you won’t remove your eyes from the screen. Here we go with our first car of the day. Take a look.